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The Victorian era saw a flowering of fairy paintings as British artists in particular rejected the classical and ancient Greek subjects in favour of a deeper, closer source of inspiration in the countryside, the hedgerows and the meadows of the nineteenth-century British landscape. This book celebrates the fine art of Fairy painting.
Iain Zaczek was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, and the Courtauld Institute of Art. He has since gone on to forge an impressive career as a freelance writer on art- and Celtic-related subjects, and is interested in particular in Pre-Raphelite art and International Gothic. His publications include Essential Art Deco, Essential William Morris, The Art of the Icon, Lovers in Art and Impressionist Interiors. He is also working on a BBC website called Your Paintings.